The origins of this old school gaming club started as a refurbished heritage house that once belonged to William Kent. It is built on the gardens that once were part of the Devonshire House, at No 44 Berkeley Square and today is considered one of England's finest casino clubs.
Games offered within the club are tailored to a well-developed taste for table games. Such classics such as Roulette, Blackjack, 3-Card Poker, and Punto Banco are among the special selections of games in this exclusive establishment.
The interior design of this club looks more like a mini palace of sorts with several bits of extensive scenery very theatrical in effect borrowing much from baroque design. The high ceilings that stretch all the way to the roof are used to the full extent to create an effect that give the building a real sense of grandour. The staircase itself is copied from the staircase and landing found in the great hall of Holkham.
Entertainment areas of the Clermont include a cozy lounge bar which serves to be a nice place to have a drink or two in between games or in their dining area which is serving only the finest foods that most likely are quite pricey as their private wine selection list would be. While the application to join this select club is through a private deal, I'm sure they would cater to a specific lot that likes this type of game room feeling.
In addition to a lengthy application process, any person looking to get into this special kind of privacy can expect perhaps the level of visitor status but then again this is very exclusive to the members who like that separation of wealth classes.